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Sligo’s Jacqui Mulligan joins the SportsGirls Podcast this week.

Fresh from making it to the Division 3 final after defeating Roscommon by 2 points on Saturday Sligo Captain Jacqui Woods joins us this week. Jacqui took a year out of Inter County football in 2018 and is back with a bang this season as the star defender helped propel Sligo into the Division 3 final where they will face Meath who had a comfortable victory over Longford also on Saturday.

We are joined by our resident pundit Diane O’Hora and Dee O’Flaherty

20Apr
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Time to give Joe McDonagh Cup respect it deserves

It probably hasn’t occurred to you, but one of the best GAA competitions of the season is starting in a few weeks. Before you ask, no, it’s not the Leinster or Munster Hurling championship, although...

13Apr
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TIME FOR A FULL OVERHAUL OF FIXTURE LIST

The news that the Kilkenny hurling squad were training last week was supposedly met with surprise by clubs in the county. According to the Kilkenny People, the clubs were not aware that their inter-county...

12Apr
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Herron talks about new Athlete Mentor role

Donegal’s Katy Herron is relishing the challenges that lie ahead in her new role as an Athlete Mentor. The new initiative is run by the Youth Sport Trust. Due to their partnership with Lidl and the...

12Apr
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Young players have impressed Herron

It’s all change for Donegal Ladies this year with the loss of several experienced players but many young players have stepped up to the mark. The Ulster County have a Division 1 semi-final to look...

12Apr
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Herron proof you can be a mother, work and play at the highest level

Donegal’s Katy Herron is proof that you can be a mother, work and play at the highest level with your county. Herron was guest on this week’s Sportsgirls Podcast and spoke about how she juggles being...

11Apr
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Katy Herron delights on this weeks SportsGirls Podcast

This week, we got to be honest we had two Donegal accents on the podcast this week and if that’s not enough to have you listen to the podcast we don’t know what is. Longford host Dee...

10Apr
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Never Go Back: The hits and misses of inter-county management returns

Never go back! That’s what they say at least. Whether it’s referring to work or relationships or whatever else, the idea of returning to something one has done before, has always been warned...

Jason Forde
10Apr
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“To go away to America and leaving the club high and dry wouldn’t be something i’m willing to do”

Speaking on Super8’s Podcast last Friday night, our guest Jason Forde ruled out a move to America to play Hurling for the summer.  After Tipperary’s early exit from the All Ireland...

09Apr
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The team that time forgot-The story of Laois hurling in the 1990’s

In 2005 Denis Walsh of the Irish Times penned the seminal book “Hurling: The Revolution Years”. It was an excellent account of the uprising that occurred in the nineties as the...